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"Coaching" and "Community Practice" takes place at our table tennis centre at St Augustine's, Preston - a map and directions to all our venues can be found here. Click on the venue name or post code to access "google maps" which will give you directions and a map location to your chosen venue.

Junior Practice & Coaching Monday's 19:00 - 20:30

Senior Practice & Coaching Friday's 19:00 - 21:30

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The new summer league will be starting the end of April. Anyone wanting to enter a team should contact Barry Crook ASAP. Last summer there were two divisions, 6 teams in each division. Barry already has 3 teams entered for this coming summer league so don't delay. And if you don't want to enter a full team, why not put your name down as a "competition reserve" meaning you can play for any of the teams entered, as and when.

Date: :: Source: Preston

Here’s your chance to get close to the England Leopards at their European qualifying double-header! Both the men’s and women’s teams are in action in Preston on the evening of Tuesday April 11 in the home legs of their play-off matches against Slovakia and Spain respectively

Date: :: Source: Preston

Fancy taking part in a local tournament to cap off the end of an enjoyable winter season? Never entered a tournament before? Why not enter one on your doorstep, the Lancashire Closed Championships 6 & 7 May.

Date: :: Source: Preston

On Friday night at the Preston Sports Awards held at the Guild Hall, Preston Table Tennis Club jointly won with Preston Pirates BMX club the prestigious title of Preston Sports Forum's Club of the Year. This is the first time we've won this award since 2009. We aren't just about Tuesday - Thursday Winter league. Find out why we all won.

Date: :: Source: Preston

Everyone was a winner at this years Championships, lots of smiles, anger, frustration, guts and determination, excellent play, luck both bad and good, very very tired people and new and old friendships made. For the winners read on...

Date: :: Source: Preston

In a two part interview Tony Rigby talks to Craig Salmon of the Lancashire Evening Post. Find out more about the softly spoken man with the steely blue eyes and competitive edge to match, a man who's the driving force behind our league.

Date: :: Source: Preston

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